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Mazda Protege
Mazda Protege
Mazda Protege
Mazda Protege
Mazda Protege

The Mazda Familia is Mazda's compact car family, also known as the Mazda 323 in Europe and North America and later known as the Mazda Protegé in North America, produced in Japan between 1976 and 2003.

In the United States it was originally known as the GLC (Great Little Car), then the 323, then finally from 1990 on as the Protegé.

In North America the 323/Protegé was always more expensive than its entry-level competitors such as the Toyota Corolla and Honda Civic, partly due to its manufacture in Japan, and therefore is not as ubiquitous. A perennial favorite of US car magazines, the model is well regarded for its spirited handling. It was also the first small Japanese car to cross over to the EPA "compact" class in 1990 when the 4-door started going by the name Protegé.